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Even if you don't have time for active participation, your membership alone will strengthen our voice!

Membership is open to any citizen of voting age. A member of the League of Women Voters of the Kalamazoo Area is automatically a member of the League of Women Voters of Michigan and the League of Women Voters of the United States and receives publications from all three.

SIGN ME UP! Download and print a pdf file of our membership form to mail, or send your Name, Address, Phone & email address along with your check made payable to LWVKA for:

  • $60 Individual
  • $90 Household
  • $30 Student

Mail to:
Treasurer

P.O. Box 2106
Kalamazoo, MI 49003-2106

What does the League do?

  • Lobbies and testifies on issues the League has studied
  • Sponsors debates and forums to give voters the opportunity to compare candidates
  • Studies issues in order to understand and reach consensus on issues that can be affected by political action
  • Monitors meetings of government agencies and elected bodies
  • Educates citizens through workshops, publications, and the toll-free Citizen Information Center phone line
  • Registers people to vote and defends voters’ rights by providing information about voting and election laws.

The League needs all kinds of people with various interests and skills to:

  • Study Issues
  • Register Voters
  • Work with the Media
  • Contact and Lobby Legislators
  • Assist with Voter Service Activities
  • Help Raise Money to Fund Activities

Be a part of the voice that is heard on government and issues...

  • Social Policy
  • Children & Youth
  • Education
  • Social Services
  • Natural Resources
  • Land Use
  • Pesticide Use
  • Pollution
  • Great Lakes
  • Government
  • Election Laws
  • Taxation & Budgeting
  • Campaign Finance
  • Equality for Women & Minorities
  • United Nations
  • Voter Registration
  • Transportation
  • Rights of Individuals
  • Local and County Issues
  • And the list goes on!

You can:

  • Attend Local Meetings
  • Receive Informative League Publications
  • Write Your Legislators
  • Work to revitalize citizen participation
  • Cheer on the Efforts of Other League Members and League Leaders
  • Make an extra contribution in addition to your dues.

What does membership in the League do for me?

  • Sharpen skills in media management, communications, marketing, administration and public speaking
  • "Inside" information on what’s happening in Washington, in Lansing, and at City Hall
  • Gain knowledge by attending informative meetings, workshops and conferences
  • Builds personal friendships and creates professional opportunities for growth and career enhancement
  • Meet and work with people who make things happen in our state and local communities
  • Make a difference by joining grassroots political action and various groups intent on improving the lives of Michigan’s citizens.